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Women Lead at UTC

Women Lead at UTC

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At UTC, we are focused on advancing women in the organization and ensuring a workplace where women (and all) can thrive. This focus has helped inspire a transformation of our culture.

We are redefining opportunities that encourage women to bring their ideas, talent and contributions to our workplace every day.

Our Commitment to Women’s Success

UTC is a proud advocate of the Paradigm for Parity, a coalition of business leaders dedicated to addressing the corporate leadership gender gap. The coalition is made up of CEOs, senior executives, founders, board members and business academics who are committed to achieving a new norm in the corporate world: one in which women and men have equal power, status, and opportunity. The ultimate goal is to achieve full gender parity by 2030, with a near-term goal of women holding at least 30 percent of senior roles.

One of the Best Places for Women to Work

We're proud to rank among Forbes' top 100 Best Employers for Women. The ranking is based on a survey of 40,000 Americans, including 25,000 women, working for businesses with at least 1,000 employees.

We're also honored to be named by FairyGodboss as one of the best companies for women to work in. The annual rating—based entirely on employee reviews and feedback—recognizes companies that exceed expectations in overall job satisfaction, equal treatment at work and recommendation of the company to another woman. FairyGodboss also recognizes UTC Chairman and CEO Greg Hayes as a Top Rated CEO for Gender Diversity.

  • 50/50 gender parity in leadership positions by 2030
    50/50 gender parity in leadership positions by 2030
  • 30% of UTC's Board of Directors are women
    30% of UTC's Board of Directors are women
  • 42 UTC Employee Resource Groups are women-focused
    41 of 113 UTC Employee Resource Groups are women-focused

Meet our employees

Erin Scott, Otis

Erin Scott

Courtney Dornell, Otis

Courtney Dornell

Lara Siopis, Carrier

Lara Siopis

Liana Layug, Pratt & Whitney

Liana Layug
Pratt & Whitney

Renee Kunz, United Technologies

Renee Kunz
United Technologies

Shobha Guggari, Collins Aerospace

Shobha Guggari
Collins Aerospace

Lily Fu, Pratt & Whitney

Lily Fu
Pratt & Whitney

Women Taking the Lead

Providing Support, Partnership, and Investment

Work and career aren’t the only priorities in life, so UTC offers a variety of work-life support systems that help employees balance the demands of their jobs with their personal commitments. These benefits include flexible work arrangements, elder and dependent care resources, employee assistance program, wellness programs, fitness facilities, tuition reimbursement and financial assistance for child adoption. 

To accelerate achievement of gender parity, we have partnered with distinguished organizations to identify and generate a robust pipeline of female talent. We believe that attracting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce is key to fueling the innovation and growth of the future.

Interested in learning more about UTC? Take the first step today by joining our talent community.

World-Class Development

World-Class Development

  • Paradigm for Parity

    Paradigm for Parity

  • UTC Re-Empower Program

    UTC Re-Empower Program

  • Employee Scholar Program

    Employee Scholar Program

  • Our Partners

    Our Partners